History TearJerker / ThomasTheTankEngine

27th Oct '15 11:28:06 AM 313Bluestreak
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* From "Thomas, Terrence, and the Snow/Terrence the Tractor", Thomas gets himself stuck on the snow and then realizes how silly that he was for breaking his snowplough just right before he begins to cry.
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* From "Thomas, Terrence, Terence, and the Snow/Terrence the Tractor", Thomas gets himself stuck on the snow and then realizes how silly that he was for breaking his snowplough just right before he begins to cry.
26th Oct '15 2:30:30 PM 313Bluestreak
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* ''Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure'':
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* ''Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure'':''WesternAnimation/SodorsLegendOfTheLostTreasure'':
3rd Oct '15 3:29:12 PM 313Bluestreak
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** [[spoiler: But this is not the case. The rest of the episode turns into one long {{Heartwarming}} moment, as we learn that Percy, in fact, did hear Thomas' whistle, and was puffing on because he was in a hurry to get help! The message is passed from Percy to Harvey via a large number of other characters, all of whom are anxious to help their friend. Even more heartwarming because the helping characters include several others whom Thomas had spurned earlier.]]
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** [[spoiler: But this is not the case. The rest of the episode turns into one long {{Heartwarming}} heartwarming moment, as we learn that Percy, in fact, did hear Thomas' whistle, and was puffing on because he was in a hurry to get help! The message is passed from Percy to Harvey via a large number of other characters, all of whom are anxious to help their friend. Even more heartwarming because the helping characters include several others whom Thomas had spurned earlier.]]

* "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRDBFbr09K4 The Island Song]]" could make some nostalgic and long-time fans tear up.

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[[/folder]] [[folder:Other/Meta]] * "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRDBFbr09K4 The Island Song]]" could make some nostalgic and long-time fans tear up.
3rd Oct '15 11:55:17 AM The_Nightblazer
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* ''Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure'': ** Most of the scenes involving Thomas and the Fat Controller (whether directly or indirectly) feel this way, especially because this is the strictest he's acted in years. The worst one of all, though, is after [[spoiler: the dynamite scene, where the Fat Controller shouts at Thomas and sends him away, not having seen enough to know that Thomas was simply trying to save everyone from getting destroyed.]] It's a gut punch at its finest, because more often than not, his harsh words towards Thomas are mostly justified. His behavior towards Thomas also feels much more strict than towards the other engines this time around, which makes things feel worse still. ** Sailor John indirectly accusing Thomas of taking the treasure. Thomas' expression as the sailor rolls away in Skiff really seals it. *** The worst part is that Sailor John and Skiff usually appeared not long after something happened to dishearten Thomas, and his mood improved quite a bit whenever he met with them. But now even that was taken from him...
1st Jun '15 3:59:07 PM FelixCheng
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* Mrs. Kyndley tearing up in "Make Someone Happy" when her daughter wasn't able to visit her.
31st May '15 11:02:06 AM FelixCheng
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* The ending theme of "All At Sea" as the narrator said "Duck still wonders about the lands beyond the horizon, but he enjoys being with friends most of all and I think he knows that sometimes the best travels are those we can only dream about. Don't you?"
7th Apr '15 1:17:29 PM BenBanjo87
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* There's a moment in "Thomas and the Rainbow" where Thomas, after obsessing over finding the end of a rainbow and thus neglecting his friends, finds himself derailed and far from help. Seeing Percy on another line, he whistles for help, but is left behind as Percy puffs on. Thomas remembers that he brushed Percy aside earlier, and despairs at what he has done. ** [[spoiler: But this turns into a {{Heartwarming}} moment, as we learn that Percy, in fact, did hear Thomas' whistle, and was puffing on because he was in a hurry to get help! The message is passed from Percy to Harvey via a large number of other characters, all of whom are anxious to help their friend. Even more heartwarming because the helping characters include several others whom Thomas had spurned earlier.]]
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* There's a moment in "Thomas and the Rainbow" where Thomas, after obsessing over finding the end of a rainbow and thus neglecting his friends, finds himself derailed and far from help. becomes derailed. Seeing Percy on another line, he shouts and whistles for help, but is left behind as Percy puffs on. on, seemingly taking no notice and leaving Thomas behind. Thomas sadly remembers that that, because he was rushing to find the rainbow's end, he brushed Percy aside earlier, when he wanted to talk earlier. Because of his silly obsession, Thomas has lost his best pal and despairs at what he has done. is stranded without hope. ** [[spoiler: But this is not the case. The rest of the episode turns into a one long {{Heartwarming}} moment, as we learn that Percy, in fact, did hear Thomas' whistle, and was puffing on because he was in a hurry to get help! The message is passed from Percy to Harvey via a large number of other characters, all of whom are anxious to help their friend. Even more heartwarming because the helping characters include several others whom Thomas had spurned earlier.]]
7th Apr '15 1:11:07 PM BenBanjo87
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* In "Thomas and Trevor/A New Friend for Thomas", Trevor lets out a tear due to the fact the days work at the harbor was over.
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* In "Thomas and Trevor/A New Friend for Thomas", Trevor lets out a tear due to the fact the days day's work at the harbor was over.

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* In There's a moment in "Thomas and Trevor/A New Friend the Rainbow" where Thomas, after obsessing over finding the end of a rainbow and thus neglecting his friends, finds himself derailed and far from help. Seeing Percy on another line, he whistles for Thomas", Trevor lets out help, but is left behind as Percy puffs on. Thomas remembers that he brushed Percy aside earlier, and despairs at what he has done. **[[spoiler: But this turns into a tear due {{Heartwarming}} moment, as we learn that Percy, in fact, did hear Thomas' whistle, and was puffing on because he was in a hurry to get help! The message is passed from Percy to Harvey via a large number of other characters, all of whom are anxious to help their friend. Even more heartwarming because the fact the days work at the harbor was over.helping characters include several others whom Thomas had spurned earlier.]]
2nd Apr '15 9:17:47 AM BenBanjo87
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* In "Thomas and Gordon/Thomas Gets Tricked", while Gordon drags Thomas along with his Express train to pay him out for teasing him, Thomas sadly cries out that he will never be the same engine again and his wheels will be quite worn out. * The start of "Edward and Gordon/Edward Helps Out" shows how the other engines mistreat Edward for being old and will never be let out to journey again. [[spoiler: Just until his driver asks if he's ready to be let out of the sheds, feeling happy for the first time in years.]] * "The Sad Story of Henry/Come Out, Henry!" is this in spades. As a result for refusing to leave the tunnel, Henry is bricked up by the Fat Controller "for always and always and always" (In the US Version, It was "Until you're ready to come out!"). By then, he becomes sad and miserable that no one would ever see his paint again and and that he is never being allowed to journey out again. The publishers of the original novel found the ending so downbeat they only sold Awdry's work so long as he created a happy ending via "Edward, Gordon and Henry/Henry to the Rescue". ** In the ''Series/ShiningTimeStation'' episode: "Does it bite?", Mr. Conductor did not blow his whistle to begin the story because he was too busy sobbing about Henry and his punishment. As he blurt to the kids in tears "But I must warn you! It's a very sad story!"
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* In "Thomas and Gordon/Thomas Gets Tricked", while Gordon drags Thomas along with his Express train to pay him out for teasing him, Thomas sadly cries out that he will never be the same engine again and his wheels will be quite worn out. * The start of "Edward and Gordon/Edward Helps Out" shows how the other engines mistreat Edward for being old and will never be let out to journey again. [[spoiler: Just until his driver asks if he's ready to be let out of the sheds, feeling happy for the first time in years.]] * "The Sad Story of Henry/Come Out, Henry!" is this in spades. As a result for of refusing to leave the tunnel, Henry is bricked up by the Fat Controller "for always and always and always" (In (although in the US Version, It was "Until only "until you're ready to come out!"). By then, he becomes sad and miserable that no one would ever see his paint again and and that he is never being allowed to journey out again. The publishers of the original novel found the ending so downbeat they only sold Awdry's work so long as he created a happy ending via "Edward, Gordon and Henry/Henry to the Rescue". ** In the ''Series/ShiningTimeStation'' episode: "Does it bite?", Mr. Conductor did not blow his whistle to begin the story because he was too busy sobbing choked up about Henry and his punishment. As he blurt blurts out to the kids in tears tears, "But I must warn you! It's a very sad story!"

* At the start of "Tenders and Turntables", the narration implies that Gordon and Henry have missed Thomas after he left the yard to take charge of his branch line. * In the last scene of "Trouble in the Shed", Gordon, Henry, and James, who were sent to the sheds by the Fat Controller, were feeling remorseful for their behavior by going on a strike.

* The beginning of "Whistles and Sneezes" has Gordon expressing his jealousy towards Henry and his irritation of him returning from crewe with a new shape and is happier than he's ever been. This left Henry feeling noticeably hurt of Gordon's remarks.

* The final scene of "Off The Rails/Gordon Takes A Dip" shows Gordon in disgrace after falling into a ditch due to his stubborn refusal to pull trucks, which he deeply regrets. * From "Down the Mine", there is scene where Thomas lets out tears after realizing how foolish it was for him to pass the danger board and fall down a mine while he was being lectured by The Fat Controller.

* The latter of "Percy Takes the Plunge" where Percy is fetched out the water, cold and miserable, and is then pulled away by an amused Henry on his goods train.

* Thomas in disgrace after crashing into the stationmaster's house in "Thomas Comes to Breakfast", after a cleaner accidentally fiddled with his controls. * Henry feeling devastated when a forest was decimated by a storm in "Henry's Forest". Toby feels very bad for him, explaining that the forest was a special place for him. * Oliver feeling very sorry for himself after the troublesome trucks pushed him unto the turntable well in "Oliver Owns Up", after [[AcquiredSituationalNarcissism becoming overconfident by the other engines' remarks for his successful escape from the scrapyards.]] This left the other engines feeling sorry for him as he was sent to the works.
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* Thomas in disgrace after crashing into the stationmaster's house in "Thomas Comes to Breakfast", after a cleaner accidentally fiddled with his controls. * Henry feeling devastated when a forest was decimated by a storm in "Henry's Forest". Toby feels very bad for him, explaining to Sir Topham Hatt that the forest was a special place for him. * Oliver feeling very sorry for himself after the troublesome trucks pushed him unto the turntable well in "Oliver Owns Up", after [[AcquiredSituationalNarcissism becoming overconfident by the other engines' remarks for his successful escape from the scrapyards.]] This left the other engines feeling sorry for him as he was sent to the works. Henry.

* There's Mrs. Kindley sobbing due to her sister being unable to visit her in "Make Someone Happy".

* Emily feeling sorry for Thomas after The Fat Controller reprimands him for not having his snowplough fitted in "Thomas, Emily, and the Snowplough". This is intriguing considering that Emily had a domineering attitude towards the blue tank engine earlier.
10th Mar '15 5:10:36 PM 313Bluestreak
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** The atmosphere and music is perfectly-executed. After the tunnel is sealed, it goes all quiet, birds are chirping, trains pass-by, Henry is unsure of himself. Then the background theme goes very sad as Henry realises what a fool he's been, he's all alone, and its too late to set things right.
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** The atmosphere and music is perfectly-executed. After the tunnel is sealed, it goes all quiet, birds are chirping, trains pass-by, Henry is unsure of himself. Then the background theme goes very sad as Henry realises realizes what a fool he's been, he's all alone, and its too late to set things right.

* The beginning of "Troublesome Trucks/Foolish Freight Cars" where James remorsefully cries for all of the trouble he's caused with the coaches, particularly mending a hole in one of them with a passenger's bootlace as pictured above. The tears from his eyes can easily show the audience that he truly is sorry for upsetting the Fat Controller.
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* The beginning of "Troublesome Trucks/Foolish Freight Cars" where James (as pictured above) remorsefully cries for about all of the trouble he's caused with the coaches, particularly mending a hole in one of them with a passenger's bootlace as pictured above. bootlace. The tears from his eyes can easily definitely show the audience that he truly is how terribly sorry he was for upsetting the Fat Controller.his actions.
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